The Crighton's New House

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The Crighton's New House

Unread postby NeoTexan » Mon Nov 16, 2009 3:15 pm

Well, all the boxes are moved, but not unpacked. Emily has not found what new furniture and curtains we are going to have, but we are going to have an open house on Saturday the 21st of November starting about 7pm. Nothing special, just a few snacks and a few bourbons.

Anyone interested in attending can PM me for directions.

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Re: The Crighton's New House

Unread postby bourbonv » Tue Nov 17, 2009 11:44 am

Dale,
Congrats on the new home. I am sure that there will be plenty of bottles of bourbon at your party and I would love to come except for a prior commitment. Of course if I came I might be raiding your older bottles of Maker's and get into trouble...
I love Makers from the 1970's....
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Re: The Crighton's New House

Unread postby independant » Tue Nov 17, 2009 7:15 pm

Congrats on the new home.
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Re: The Crighton's New House

Unread postby NeoTexan » Wed Nov 18, 2009 11:13 am

Thanks guys .... it's just nice to be able to move out of the neighborhood we were in. We had a web site open, when we were home, showing the current 911 calls. always something happening. had a sex offender registered right across the street. Yeah, it's nice to be able to go outside and not worry.

Now if we could get a place for all the crap we have.

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